UK Study Shows That 1 in 5 Women Confide in Their Dogs

by Savitha C Muppala on  August 14, 2010 at 6:46 PM Women Health News
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Guess who is the new trusted confidante of women in UK ? A survey has revealed that 1 in 5 women reveal their darkest secrets to their dogs.
 UK Study Shows That 1 in 5 Women Confide in Their Dogs
UK Study Shows That 1 in 5 Women Confide in Their Dogs

According to The Daily Express, Winalot, a dog food company, found that one in five women share secrets with dogs, the kind that they wouldn't share with anyone else.

14 per cent even believed their dog could read their mind.

Men, on the other hand, score only 10 percent.

Owners consider pets as a trusted companion, and believe their pets make them feel 'more optimistic'.

Source: ANI

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